2014 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

November 10th
Dalton Eudy, Kenyon
(Dallas, TX, Jesuit College Prep)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 1           
Game-Winners: 1    
Points: 2               
Shots: 5            
Shots on Goal: 3

Kenyon freshman forward Dalton Eudy’s first goal of the season in the first overtime lifted No. 5 Kenyon College to a 2-1 win over arch-rival Ohio Wesleyan in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament Championship game Saturday night at the Jay Martin Soccer Complex. Eudy’s goal in the 98th minute, his first of the season, came from the center of the box after a nifty move got him open. He fired to the right corner past the Bishop netminder to bring the visitors their first NCAC tourney championship.
November 3rd
Riley Pelton, Wabash
(Carmel, IN/Carmel)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 2           
Assists: 1        
Points: 5               
Shots: 12            
Shots on Goal: 6

Wabash sophomore forward Riley Pelton scored a pair of goals last week to help Wabash clinch a spot in the upcoming NCAC tournament and set a new school record for wins in a season. His goal versus DePauw gave Wabash a 1-0 lead before eventually ending in a 1-1 double-overtime tie. He scored his fifth goal of the season Saturday to tie the match at Wooster at 1-1, then provided an assist on Mike Gore’s game-winner in the 89th minute.
October 27th
Evan Porter, Denison
(Bexley, OH/Bexley)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 3            
Points: 9               
Shots: 6            
Shots on Goal: 4

Denison senior Evan Porter helped guide the Big Red to a 4-0 win over No. 12 Wabash on Senior Day in Granville last Saturday. Porter scored a natural hat-trick in the match, powering his team to a win. DU has won three-straight and is 5-2 in conference play.
October 20th
Brian Schaefer, Ohio Wesleyan
(Chatham, NJ/Chatham)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 2           
Game-Winners: 2
Points: 4               
Shots: 6            
Shots on Goal: 4

Ohio Wesleyan junior midfielder Brian Shaefer scored game-winners in both games last week for the Bishops as OWU moved into sole possession of first-place in the NCAC standings. Schaefer gave OWU a one-goal lead against No. 25 Wabash with goal in 20th minute. The loss was Wabash’s first of the season. The junior then scored the game-winner midway through second OT period to give OWU the win at Allegheny.
October 13th
Jeremiah Barnes, Kenyon
(Largo, FL/Clearwater)

Games Played/Started: 1/1       
Goals: 2           
Game-Winners: 1
Points: 4               
Shots: 6            
Shots on Goal: 2

Kenyon junior midfielder Jeremiah Barnes helped keep the second-ranked Lords undefeated (11-0) with a pair of goals against Wooster, the only match of the week for Kenyon. It was Barnes’s first goals since the season opener against Carnegie Mellon.
October 7th
Dayton Jennings, Wabash
(Noblesville, IN/Noblesville)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Minutes: 180:00       
Goals Against: 0
GAA: 0.00           
Saves: 11       
Shutouts: 2

Wabash sophomore goalkeeper Dayton Jennings earned two more shutout wins to push his total to seven for the year, breaking the Wabash record of 6.5 shutouts in a season set in 1997 by JR Dunn. The Little Giants have set a school-record for consecutive games without a loss to open the season (11).
September 29th
Colton Bloecher, Ohio Wesleyan
(Lewis Center, OH/Olentangy Orange)

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 3           
Shots:10     
Shots on Goal: 5       
Game-Winners: 2        
Points: 6    

Ohio Wesleyan senior midfielder Colton Bloecher led the Battling Bishops to a pair of wins last week. Bloecher scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give Ohio Wesleyan a 2-1 victory over non-conference opponent Hanover and then followed that up by scoring the first two goals in a 3-1 NCAC opening win over Wooster.
September 22nd

Brian Boutin, Wittenberg
(Mount Vernon, OH/Mount Vernon)

Games Played/Started: 3/1

Goals: 4           
Shots:9     
Shots on Goal: 6       
Game-Winners: 1        
Points: 8    

Wittenberg senior forward Brian Boutin led the Tigers to three consecutive shutouts by more than doubling his career scoring total (previously three) with four goals on the week, including one against Mount St. Joseph and Defiance and two against Earlham. The superlative output helped Wittenberg to its best start (5-2-1) since 2008.

September 15th
John Ingham, Oberlin
(Jacksonville, FL/Episcopal)

Games Played/Started: 1/1

Goals: 3           
Assists:1     
Shots: 6   
Game-Winners: 1        
Points: 7    

Oberlin junior forward John Ingham helped guide the Yeoman to a win over Earlham. Ingham collected his first hat trick of the year as well as an assist to propel Oberlin to a 5-0 win over the Quakers. The junior recorded all three of his goals before the 29th minute of play.
September 8th
Lucas Hunt, Wooster
(Stow, OH/Stow-Munroe Falls)

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 1           
Assists:1     
Shots: 5   
Game-Winners: 1        
Points: 3    

Wooster junior midfielder Lucas Hunt helped guide the Fighting Scots to two wins last week, scoring the game-winner against Bluffton, breaking a 1-1 tie in the 86th minute with a sliding goal, and he accounted for an assist on the lone score of the game against Earlham.
September 2nd
Tony Amolo, Kenyon
(Lagos, Nigeria/Berkshire School (MA))


Goals: 3           
Assists:1     
Shots: 4   
Points: 7  

After scoring a team-leading seven goals last season, Kenyon sophomore forward Tony Amolo opened the 2014 season with three goals and an assist in two Lords’ wins. In a 3-0 victory over No. 18-ranked Carnegie Mellon, Amolo notched his first goal of the season on a penalty kick. He also assisted on the game-winner. The next day against LaRoche College, Amolo scored twice in a 4-0 win. He took a total of just four shots in the two games and scored on three of them.